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Hello there! I am brand new and need a bit of help. Lol! My daughter is a huge Captain Phasma fan and therefore I want to help her by building a suit of Phasma armor with her. Obviously, step one, HOW CAN I GET JIM'S PHASMA ARMOR??? LOL!! From what i have read, his is what I need to start with? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Have a great day!

 

The Dishman 

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Hi Gerald, Jim's contact info is here:

 

I know KB Props makes a kit as well.

 

Are you looking to build the TFA or TLJ version?

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TFA will be easier to build as the finish isn't mirrored but slightly dingy, and parts have been around for a couple years so more vendors and the kinks have been worked out for the most part.

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Fingers!
TFA fingers are a fully covered tube which makes grasping things, and bending the fingers difficult.
TLJ fingers are a plate that goes on the back of each finger joint.
TFA is modeled after C3-PO fingers
TLJ looks more like medieval armor.

Just something I thought you’d like to know
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As mentioned in other threads, spats and TD (or lack thereof) are other differences, FWIW. Cod may be different as well (it is on the regular FOTKs).

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Thank you so very much for this bit of info!!! I have reachedout to 2 different armor vendors and got prices! It is a little more than I expected but totally understand and just need to save up a few more dollars! Does anyone have any pro's or con's between Jim's Phasma armor and KB props? If I am "out of bounds" with this question I definitely do not want to be. I am new and am not sure what I can and can't say or ask. Thank you all for your help! 

 

The Dishman 

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